APA Citation

Williams, R. (1644). The bloudy tenet, of persecution, for cause of concience [sic], discussed, in a conference betweene truth and peace: Who, in all tender affection, present to the high court of Parliament, (as the result of their discourse) these, (amongst other passages) of highest consideration. [London: s.n.].

Chicago Style Citation

Williams, Roger. The Bloudy Tenet, of Persecution, for Cause of Concience [sic], Discussed, in a Conference Betweene Truth and Peace: Who, in All Tender Affection, Present to the High Court of Parliament, (as the Result of Their Discourse) These, (amongst Other Passages) of Highest Consideration. [London: s.n.], 1644.

MLA Citation

Williams, Roger. The Bloudy Tenet, of Persecution, for Cause of Concience [sic], Discussed, in a Conference Betweene Truth and Peace: Who, in All Tender Affection, Present to the High Court of Parliament, (as the Result of Their Discourse) These, (amongst Other Passages) of Highest Consideration. [London: s.n.], 1644.

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